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TVS and Honda One Make support races at Tata T1 PRIMA Truck Racing Championship

NMRC Round 2

This weekend promises to be filled with action, thrill and entertainment at the Buddh International Circuit with the Tata T1 Truck Racing Championship. Alongside, TVS and Honda One Make Championship support races are scheduled.

Madras Motor Sports Club (MMSC) hosts the 2014 Indian National Motorcycle Racing Championship (INMRC) with Federation of Motor Sports Clubs of India (FMSCI). This is the second Motorcycle Racing episode after MMSC hosted a Round of the INMRC last September.

NMRC Round 2There will be 2 races in both TVS and Honda categories, with TVS hosting Open and Novice classes on the TVS Apache RTR 180 and Honda fronting CBR150R Novice class and CBR250R Open class. Honda has helped young drivers race internationally with 3-4 Indians participating in the Honda Asia Dream Cup last year and confirming their participation for this year too.

An overwhelming 80 riders have signed up for TVS & Honda One Make Championships, who will be lead by former Moto 3 rider Sarath Kumar. Some of India’s top riders, Sumit Lucas Toppo, A Prabhu and Mathana Kumar will also contest in the races with a host of other riders hailing from different parts of the country, like Ahmadabad, Chandigrah, Faridabad, Patna, Madurai, Chennai, Hyderabad, Dehradun, Ranchi, Amritsar and Delhi. The Qualifying round will take place on Friday, followed by the races on Saturday and Sunday.

Vicky Chandhok, Chairman of the Event, commented, “We are extremely pleased to be promoters of India’s first ever Truck racing championship. Having the TVS and Honda One Make Championships support the truck races promises a great weekend of motorsport for all fans.Honda and TVS are two important partners for us along with Yamaha, who are helping us reach out to young riders from different parts of the country.”


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Nabanita Singha Roy

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